Oct 22, 2018
Goodwell, Okla.— The Sooner Athletic Conference has released the 2018 All-Academic Conference Teams, with Panhandle State yielding eleven student athletes from the men’s and women’s basketball teams. These athletes displayed their talent on the court as well as in the classroom, earning them the All-Academic honors.
To be eligible for the SAC All-Academic Conference teams, students must maintain a minimum 3.25 grade point average during the previous two semesters and be regular participants for their respective teams.
The Aggie women’s basketball team boasted eight women on the list, including seniors Madison Dearmin, Tierra Roberson, and Hannah Southard, junior Addison Munsch, sophomore Shambri Kelso, and freshmen Bree-Ann Carwin, Hannah Gloden and Naomi Rodriguez.
Head Coach Victor Esparza has much to be pleased with from his athletes as they proudly display their indomitable tenacity in the classroom and at the hoop. Esparza dotes, “I am proud of all these young ladies for all their hard work on and off the court. They all deserve this and I know they will continue to grow and the seniors will go on to do great things in life.”
The Aggie men’s team also sported three student athletes on the All-Academic Team, with sophomores Jerrell Doorbal and Brandon Green, and freshman Dillan Landers all making the list. Newly appointed Head Coach Aaron Coombs is excited to embark on the next phase of Aggie basketball with his talented competitors and is eager to see where the new season will take them.
The 2018 SAC awards are presented by Omaha, Neb. based insurance company, Cypress Risk Management. The insurance agency specializes in providing customized solutions for collegiate student health and athletic accident insurance. Cypress currently insures over 500,000 students nationwide and is already engaged with several other NAIA conferences in similar type of partnership.
A complete listing of SAC All-Academic teams may be found online at soonerathletic.org.
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